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Oct 2, 2012 7:30pm PDT
the whole wwii." i think jim carabuctus wrote a very honest, a very direct version of the vietnam experience. okay. let's get ready. let's tape this squad. teddy ford, may 17th. how long have you been on this hill, soldier? what? hey, brother, how many times you been up and down this hill? what are you doin' here? my job. bull. up and down this hill nine f--- times. hey, word is you guys can't take this hill. what do you have to say about that? in fact, senator kennedy says you guys don't have a chance. in vietnam, something, perhaps the fear of death, we african-americans, in particular, and young white guys especially who were more hip, who were not necessarily lifers could relate to one another and develop a sense of love that is so remarkable and if i were to say anything was lost for me, to this day i grieve, it was that.%/ ♪ people say ♪ i'm the life of the party ♪ 'cuz i tell ♪ a joke or two ♪ although i might ♪ be laughin' -- ♪ (thomas doherty) beginning with world war ii, certainly throughout the '50s and through the vietnam cycle, one thing combat film show
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